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The Royal Society of St.George
The Royal Society
The Objects of the Society
To foster the love of England and to strengthen England and the Commonwealth by spreading the knowledge of English history traditions and ideals.
To keep fresh the memory of those in all walks of life who have served England or the Commonwealth in the past, in order to inspire leadership in the future.
To combat all activities likely to undermine the strength of England or the Commonwealth.
To further English interests everywhere to ensure that St.George’s Day is properly celebrated and to provide focal points the world over where men and women may gather together.
Membership is open to all people who share our love of England and `Englishness’. Those joining the Society today are following in the footsteps of such great Englishmen as Lord Baden-Powell, Defender of Mafekin and founder of the World-wide Scout movement, and Sir Winston Churchill, Soldier and Statesman whose Leadership of his country in wartime continues to provide inspiration to generations of fellow Britons.
The Society is un-sectarian and independent of party politics. Membership is open to:
(a) All those who subscribe to the Objects of the Society; and
(b) Are born in England or wherever born being English men or English women or children or remoter issue of the same; or
(c) Not being of English descent nevertheless supports the aims and objectives of the Society.
The Charitable Trust
The Society owns and operates a Charitable Trust. Our main objectives are to help and encourage young people to greater achievement, whether in the fields of academe, sport adventure or business, to encourage their enterprise, skills and enthusiasm – for nothing succeeds without enthusiasm..
For more information on how to become a member of the RSStG contact:
The story of England and English is one of history’s most remarkable sagas. The word ‘England’ conjures up any different images from our great Cities with their Georgian and Victorian architecture, to the mediaeval castles and cathedrals of our Country Towns, and the delightful villages and tranquil meadows of the rural shires, England’s green and pleasant land. But it is our distinctive culture, our habits, values and traditions, which are unmistakable marks of English nationhood.
A SOCIETY DEDICATED TO ENGLAND & ENGLISHNESS’
The Royal Society of St George was founded in 1894 with the noble object of promoting ‘Englishness’ and the English way of life. The Society quickly attracted the support of many distinguished public figures in England and throughout the British Empire. Its first Royal Patron was Queen Victoria and the Society has enjoyed the patronage of every monarch from that day to this. Our present Sovereign, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth 11, bestowed a notable honour by granting the Society its own Royal Charter in 1963, a distinction of which its members are justifiably proud.
Today, more than a century after its birth, the Society is still standard bearer of traditional English values, both at home and abroad. Its role is primarily education, including the common cultural heritage of people throughout the English-speaking world. The Society now focuses its work on the younger generations of English and a kindred person who’s most valuable inheritance is our nation’s history and culture.
In 21st century England. The Royal Society of St.George annually holds a parade on the nearest Saturday to the 23rd April at the Cenotaph in Whitehall, London to remember all those who have given their lives in the service of their country.
In addition to this parade and the many other events held throughout England , a festival to celebrate St.George’s Day is held in London’s Covent Garden.
Overseas branches of the Royal Society of St.George also hold their own celebrations. Some of the many countries with branches include : USA, Spain, Australia, New Zealand, France, Kenya, Canada, Jamaica, Japan, South Africa, UAE, Brazil, and China.
There are many more branches are in the making.
For England and St.George!
Thought for the Day
Tomorrow is the day you were hoping for yesterday.
England's Claim of Right
Fly the English Flag
Wear a Rose on
A little bit about myself.
First and foremost I am English.
I am proud to be a member of the
Royal Society of St. George.
I am also a member of the
Royal British Legion and the
United Kingdom National Defence Association (UKNDA).
I was an officer in the Army Cadet Force
for over 25years.
I am a member of the English Democrats Party.
Links to all these organizations can be found in the
I also enjoy writing short stories (nothing published as yet!)
and samples of these are included on this site.
I also have another site devoted to my writings at: http://domasionragor.webs.com/
If I had a motto, it would be:
Honesty, Loyalty, Integrity.
Remember Your Towel!
International Towel Day is
It can be said that anyone who can hitch the length and breadth of the [world], rough it, slum it, struggle against terrible odds, win through,
and still knows where his towel is,
is clearly a man to be reckoned with.'
(Copyright: Douglas Adams)
The Answer is 42 .... and Remember Where Your Towel is!
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